The people of Taiwan have been proud of Taiwan's development experience, as the key to success has required the combined efforts of the entire nation. However, only rarely does one hear about me major role international assistance has played in Taiwan's economic construction and development. From the 1950s to 1980s, Taiwan received large amounts of money from donations and assistance from international organizations, as well as the United States and other wealthy nations. The total amount exceeded US$2.4 billion, not including US military assistance for safeguarding Taiwan. Most people remember the old days, when they consumed flour, drank milk and wore pants made from flour sacks, all of which came from me United States. However, they may not realize that many major infrastructures, including highways, electric railways, the Shih Men Dam and drinking water systems, were completed with preferential loans provided by international organizations and foreign countries. Even the eradication of malaria depended on assistance from the World Health Organization. Taiwan now has the ability to reciprocate as a result of the foreign aid it received in the past. In order to "give back to the international community and fulfill our responsibility as a member of the international community," Taiwan provides foreign aid to and shares our development experiences with friendly nations and diplomatic allies. This not only consolidates Taiwan's relations with them, but also lets us fulfill our obligations to the international community.
【題組】41.According to this paragraph, Taiwan
(A) did not receive any foreign aids in the past years.
(B) is still receiving foreign aids.
(C) only received foreign aids from me United States.
(D) received foreign aids from the United States and other international organizations